Ahmed Abdelaziz: Transcending personal dynamic energy in every line of his drawings, and in every one of his photographs.
Between countries, languages and ethnicities lie identities. Can we consider a person more authentic and true if they show an inclination towards one piece of their identity and shed the rest?
A new generation of female Yemeni artists who illustrate what it means to be women in times of war.
In this interview with al-Madaniya magazine, Amna al-Nasiri, the artist, author, critic and Professor of the Philosophy of Aesthetics at the College of Literature, Sana’a University, talks about the reality of fine art in Yemen.
Founded in 1973, the Jameel Ghanem Institute of Fine Arts is considered the first institute of its kind in Yemen. Today, the institute continues to have a positive influence on those striving to make art in Aden and in other Yemeni cities.
An Exclusive Interview with Yemeni Singer Methal.
After years of stagnation and interruption in theater, the director and playwright Amr Gamal along with a group of youths is hoping to revive the theater in Yemen, and return its pulse.
After being driven out of the nightmare of a terrible war, Aden is slowly restoring itself to its prewar state and building the stability and peace.
The art form rooting itself in Yemeni streets with campaigns directed at the people of the country, commenting on important issues on a daily basis.
The first Yemeni organization to ever promote liberalism in a conservative community.